PRESS RELEASE | SullivanCotter’s Not-for-Profit Practice Welcomes Amanda Wethington

With nearly 20 years of experience delivering comprehensive workforce compensation and performance solutions across a number of industries, Amanda leverages data-driven insights to help organizations align total rewards, recognition, and talent management programs. She works to solve the unique challenges that not-for-profit organizations face in the attraction, retention, and motivation of high-caliber talent.


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INFOGRAPHIC | Benchmarking Resources for the Medical Group Workforce

This year more than ever, medical groups require access to critical data-driven insights as they look to address the impact of COVID-19 on workforce compensation and productivity, prepare for the 2021 Physician Fee Schedule changes, and balance the need for competitive total reward programs against pressure on operating margins.


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ARTICLE | 10 Best Practices for the Board’s Human Capital Committee

SullivanCotter highlights ten important components of a health care organization's human capital strategy – namely people, process and technology practices.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2020 Endowment and Foundation Investment Staff Compensation Survey

View highlights from SullivanCotter's 2020 Endowment and Investment Staff Compensation Survey


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2020 Health Care Staff Compensation Survey

View highlights of the results from SullivanCotter's 2020 Health Care Staff Compensation Survey as well as considerations for the health care employee workforce during COVID-19 and through 2021 and beyond


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Implementing a Job Architecture

Is your organization in the process of implementing or considering a new human capital management system (HCM)? SullivanCotter discusses the importance of a well-defined job architecture, the hub around which critical HCM functionality is built, and shares best practices for optimizing the design, deployment and utilization of this new framework.


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PRESS RELEASE | SullivanCotter Launches Suite of Health Care Benchmarking Solutions

Powered by SullivanCotter's proprietary survey data and research, Benchmarks360TM is a suite of intelligent, web-based products that enables health care organizations to analyze and visualize workforce compensation and clinical productivity.


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PRESS RELEASE | Darrell J. Cira Joins Employee Workforce Practice

With over 25 years of experience advising large and operationally complex organizations outside of and within health care, pharmaceuticals and other life science industries, Darrell is a nationally recognized workforce rewards and career frameworks thought leader and consultant.


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WEBINAR RECORDING | COVID-19: Managing Human Capital and Ensuring Sustainability

SullivanCotter presents data from recent COVID-19 research, discusses compensation-related practices, and provides insight into how the human capital landscape may change after the pandemic subsides.


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Navigating the Uncertainty of COVID-19

The COVID-19 crisis is impacting the not-for-profit sector in a myriad of ways. SullivanCotter addresses some of the compensation-related issues these organizations are facing and offers guidance for the Compensation Committee in these unprecedented times.


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INFOGRAPHIC | COVID-19 Executive and Employee Compensation Practices Survey

View highlights SullivanCotter's COVID-19 Executive and Employee Compensation Practices Survey series - featuring data and insights from more than 108 different organizations.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2019 Health Care Staff Compensation Survey

View highlights from SullivanCotter’s 2019 Advanced Practice Provider Compensation and Pay Practices Survey, which features data from more than 560 organizations on nearly 74,000 individual physician assistants, nurse practitioners and other clinicians.


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Financial Investment News | Study Reveals Compensation Levels for Nonprofit Investment Staff

Performance-based compensation continues to be a key component of pay for investment staff at private foundations and university endowments.


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INFOGRAPHIC | 2018 Health Care Staff Compensation Survey

View highlights from SullivanCotter's 2018 Health Care Staff Compensation Survey, featuring data from nearly 600 organizations on 58,000 different health care professionals.


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Fundraising Talent Strategy in 2018 and Beyond

For some not-for-profits, fundraising professionals are considered the lifeblood of the organization, and the loss of key talent could mean a loss of momentum and/ or continuity in donor relationships. In developing a fundraising talent strategy for this year and beyond, organizations should consider proactive strategies to attract and retain high-performing and high-potential professionals, while also enhancing the capabilities of existing staff.


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Alex Barker, Principal, Joins SullivanCotter’s Employee Workforce Practice

SullivanCotter, the nation’s leading independent consulting firm in the assessment and development of total rewards programs and workforce solutions for the health care industry and not-for-profit sector, welcomes Alex Barker, Principal, to the firm’s Employee Workforce Practice.


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Aligning Pay With Performance in Endowment Incentive Plans

In this new Compensation Insight, SullivanCotter presents some key findings from the 2015 Endowment and Foundation Investment Staff Compensation Survey and outlines best practices for aligning pay with performance, assessing incentive plan effectiveness and other key factors for boards to consider in the compensation decision-making process.


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Revisiting Executive Incentive Compensation: A New Challenge

This article, published in Trustee magazine’s April 2015 edition, examines the need to reassess executive incentive compensation plans to align with health care organizations’ evolving goals in the marketplace.


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Addressing APC and Staff Pay Disparities

The demand for advanced practice clinicians (APCs) has increased significantly, as have concerns about the impact of their base pay and incentives. Does your organization understand how APC compensation affects your bottom line?


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Becker’s Hospital Review Article “4 Things to Know About Advance Practice Clinician Pay” Based on SullivanCotter White Paper

Physician shortages are prompting hospitals and other provider organizations to rely more on advanced practice clinicians, or physician extenders. In theory, APCs are less expensive because their salaries and compensation are less than those of physicians, according to a white paper from SullivanCotter


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